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Golfers Hold Their Own in Hall of Fame Tournament: Murray Ties for 10th

The Shiner golfers made a respectable showing despite only finishing ahead of two teams.  This will be the toughest competition the golfers will face all year.  The Shiners shot a team score of 361 at the difficult Rock Hollow GC just outside of Peru.  Consistent 20 to 25 mph winds made conditions even more difficult.

Shiners JV Opens With a Win

On Wednesday April 9th the Shiners JV squad traveled to East Central to open their season.  Claire Poling pitched well, and the defense behind her did well.  Bailey Hunter and Kelsey Romans had multi-hit games, and Emily Kendrick added a squeeze bunt.  All of these things combined for a 7 – 2 win.  Please view the

Shiners JV Falls to Trinity Lutheran

On Thursday evening April 10th the Lady Shiners JV battled Trinity Lutheran at RS.  The Shiners took a 3-0 lead in the first, but saw that evaporate when Trinity posted a 4 in the fourth.  Trinity’s big inning was aided by an injury to Shiner outfielder Alexis Davis.  The Shiners were forced to play shothanded,

Shiners Down Trinity Lutheran

Thursday evening  Trinity Lutheran visited Rising Sun.  Rising Sun trailed early for the first time this season.   In a well-played and well-pitched game Rising Sun came out on top by a final score of 6-3.  Tiffany Vinup picked up the win, and Alix DeDreu got the save.  It was a multiple hit game for Sydney Willhite

Shiners Struggle in Opener

The Shiner golfers struggled last evening at an always tough Belterra GC, and a consistent 20 to 25 mph wind made conditions even tougher.  Team scores were Southwestern (Hanover) 189, Rising Sun 199, Switzerland County 228.  Individual scores for the Shiners were Bryce Murray 44, Aron Walker 46, Jordan King 49, Tyler Camden 60, and

Shiners lose at Lawrenceburg

Rising Sun traveled to Lawrenceburg on Wed night.  The Shiners lost 7-0. Full atricle at SEIlocalsports: Lawrenceburg books shutout against Rising Sun

Shiners Maul Tigers

On Tuesday evening April 8th the Shiners traveled to Lawrenceburg to battle the Tigers.  They left victorious with a 10 – 0, (5 inning win).   They were powered by the 3 hit shutout pitching from Alix DeDreu and the multiple hit games from Sydney Elliott (3), Haley Presley (2), Taylor Mullen (2), and Alix DeDreu (2).

Rising Sun defeats Shawe baseball 22-2

Baseball gets opening ORVC and season win over Shawe 22-2. Full story at Rising Sun defeats Shawe in season opener

Baseball Schedule for the week of 4/7/14

Monday: At Lawrenceburg: Players will leave school at 4:20 Tuesday: Practice 4:00 – 5:30 Wednesday: Home JV GAME (Players need to be on the field by 4:30) Thursday: At Franklin County (Players will leave at 3:45p) Friday: Practice 4:00 – 5:30